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I realize that I may be beating a dead horse, but I’m still (after all of these years) baffled at KyoAni’s business practices. They’re just so bizarre and simply do not match what your typical business-minded person would think of when you say “making a profit from popularity.”
This is seriously one of the ONLY times where I wished a company would milk their popular products, yet they don’t! They just don’t want my money. Do they like money? Because they don’t like mine.
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On the agenda for our pilot episode, we have the upcoming Little Busters! anime, Spice & Wolf and other light novels, Da Capo III and other untranslated visual novels, Tales of Xillia being localized, and of course, plenty of extra topics because we can’t stop talking.
Title: campo de girassol
Album: À procura de felicidade
Album: The Catcher in Greenwich
Progress: Hanasaku Iroha [watched four episodes], Nichijou [watched OVA and one episode], Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san [watched one episode], X-Men [watched one episode], Tales of Symphonia: Tethe’alla Hen (OVA) Episode 4 (completed)
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Just look for it. You’ll never find it. You’re wasting your time.
In order words, Nichijou, Tottoko Hamtaro Gechu, X-MEN, and Yondemasuyo, Azazel-san are looking pretty good. Hamtaro, why you gotta be so friggin’ CUTE? I’ll be blogging some of them since I’m pretty much done with my senior stuff, and therefore have time to blog again.
Yuu☆gi☆Ou ZEXAL, however, can kiss my balls for further cashing in on one of my favorite shounen manga series. Hurray for 2011! I hope there’s some sad anime out this season, as I enjoyed rewatching Air and finishing up Clannad.